B&B @ The Redwoods

3 Awatea Tce, Rotorua, North Island, 3010, New Zealand | B&B
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This B&B, located on 3 Awatea Tce, Rotorua, is near Tamaki Maori Village, Whakarewarewa Thermal Reserve, Rotorua Museum, and Rotorua Museum.
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    Travel Blogs from Rotorua

    You Will Smell It Before You See It

    A travel blog entry by themossfamily on Aug 13, 2014

    8 photos

    ... odour from the vapours that had found their way into the van, making me vomit and the kids and Mike not far off!The ice cream was worth it. With over 40 flavours to choose from it was a difficult choice; with flavours such as kiwi (of course), blackcurrent, wild berry, passion fruit, chocolate orange, coconut and marshmallow, pecan and maple syrup, rainbow, chocolate mud etc. From the look on Alice’s face after she had finished her ice cream, I think she enjoyed ...

    Rotorua

    A travel blog entry by edandkate on Jun 11, 2014

    1 comment, 12 photos

    ... activities set atop a hill overlooking the town. We had heard from various people that the luge was a must, so we paid for a trip in in the cable car and three rides on the luge. This consisted of not much more than a plastic tray with three wheels underneath, with handlebars that you pull towards you to brake and away from you to go faster and works by gravity. After the first 'scenic' run down we felt like professionals, so took the intermediate and then ...

    Journey to Rotorua

    A travel blog entry by danielriegel on Apr 08, 2014

    13 photos

    ... s believed that New Zealand’s Maori people settled on North Island about a thousand years ago, and they have held on firmly to their identity and traditions. Nearly a quarter of a million indigenous Maori still maintain their unique lifestyle and culture, adding to the rich heritage of New ...

    New Zealand - Rotorua

    A travel blog entry by tereza-gonzalo on Mar 27, 2014

    1 comment, 96 photos

    ... of 10 to 20 meters. They say that the eruption can last for over an hour, depending on the weather. It is hard to believe it because the Lady Knox Geyser didnīt splash the water for more than 5 minutes during our visit.

    It was quite a ridiculous presentation and I wouldnīt recommend you basing your trip to Wai-O-Tapu on this geyser because it might disappoint you as it happened to us. At the same time we didnīt understand why they made us pay the corresponding entrance ...

    Cultural Experience in Rotorua

    A travel blog entry by dianneswisher12 on Mar 20, 2014

    3 comments, 9 photos

    ... free education and monthly income from the government. There are many who exploit the system and these scammers are costing the government millions of dollars each year.
    Although the climate here is different from Tahiti, the two main things that made it possible for the Maori to survive in New Zealand were the thermal springs and flax plants. They still cook their food in clay pots that are buried in the earth where they are heated by the ...